Celebrating the Mighty Wonder Woman

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Wonder Woman Unbound – The Curious History of the World’s Most Famous Heroine Tim Hanley Chicago Review Press Release Date:  April 1, 2014 ISBN 978-1613749098 College level English classes are one my daughter’s least favorite scholastic experience, but I love ’em, because I get to play research assistant for her papers.  She learns organization, thesis [….]

Gimbling in the Wabe – Sneaking Into Comic Book Fandom by the Side Door

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Every Wednesday is notable at my house, because it is the day that new releases hit the shelves of our local comic book store (waves at the guys at Comic Book College on Hennepin Ave). Fairly recently – within the last couple of years – my daughter and I have both become comic book fans.  [….]

Happy Birthday, Tee!

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    We here at LitStack couldn’t let the day pass without wishing a very happy birthday to our illustrious leader, Editor-in-Chief Tee Tate!  Not only is Tee a wonderful boss who has put so much love and effort into this website, but she’s a talented novelist, a good friend, and an all around incredible [….]

LitStack Recs: Wonder Woman Unbound & Blue Highways

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Wonder Woman Unbound The Curious History of the World’s Most Famous Heroine Tim Hanley I’ve made this recommendation before, but with television’s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returning for a third season recently, as well as the DC Comics television tie-in Gotham back for season two, lots of superhero movies on the horizon, and a Wednesday [….]

LitStack Recs: Wonder Woman Unbound & The Good Soldier

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Wonder Woman Unbound The Curious History of the World’s Most Famous Heroine Tim Hanley College level English classes are one my daughter’s least favorite scholastic experience, but I love ’em, because I get to play research assistant for her papers. She learns organization, thesis concepts, citation usage and all sorts of structural skills, and I [….]

Our Favorite TV Serials Based on Comics

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God bless Joss Whedon. While we won’t say that his Avengers film single-handedly made comics as films/tv shows popular again, we can say that perhaps it certainly helped. There have many variations of comics on the big and small screen, but not all have been wonderful. One glimpse at the campiness of 60’s television is [….]